Saving Trees, One Receipt at a Time, Transaction Tree

What happens to our receipts when we leave a store?

Do we store them neatly, scan them, enter all that data in our favorite money management software?

More often than not, they might just pile up and add to our clutter.

I wonder how many trees it takes to print all the receipts for all the purchases made in one day in my state of New Jersey.

Some companies are trying to solve both the clutter and the paper and tree waste.

One of them is Transaction Tree which allows retailers to issue electronic receipts which customers can then access on Transaction Tree site.

Reduce clutter and cut less trees for Green Day # 120

Previously: Want to Green Your Life, Start in the Bathroom suggests True Green Home

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